AAR Long Term Debt 2010-2022 | AIR

AAR long term debt from 2010 to 2022. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
AAR Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2022 $99
2021 $134
2020 $600
2019 $142
2018 $177
2017 $154
2016 $136
2015 $82
2014 $564
2013 $622
2012 $669
2011 $330
2010 $336
2009 $328
AAR Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2022-11-30 $197
2022-08-31 $114
2022-05-31 $99
2022-02-28 $103
2021-11-30 $103
2021-08-31 $128
2021-05-31 $134
2021-02-28 $206
2020-11-30 $220
2020-08-31 $255
2020-05-31 $600
2020-02-29 $206
2019-11-30 $196
2019-08-31 $202
2019-05-31 $142
2019-02-28 $177
2018-11-30 $219
2018-08-31 $209
2018-05-31 $177
2018-02-28 $194
2017-11-30 $216
2017-08-31 $189
2017-05-31 $154
2017-02-28 $169
2016-11-30 $154
2016-08-31 $143
2016-05-31 $136
2016-02-29 $160
2015-11-30 $135
2015-08-31 $135
2015-05-31 $82
2015-02-28 $599
2014-11-30 $589
2014-08-31 $549
2014-05-31 $564
2014-02-28 $627
2013-11-30 $594
2013-08-31 $615
2013-05-31 $622
2013-02-28 $701
2012-11-30 $672
2012-08-31 $679
2012-05-31 $669
2012-02-29 $599
2011-11-30 $427
2011-08-31 $417
2011-05-31 $330
2011-02-28 $330
2010-11-30 $331
2010-08-31 $331
2010-05-31 $336
2010-02-28 $324
2009-11-30 $322
2009-08-31 $320
2009-05-31 $328
2009-02-28 $430
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense Equipment $1.790B $1.820B
AAR Corp. provides various products & services to the aviation & defense industries world wide. Its principal customers are The Boeing Co. and Airbus. It has 2 business segments: Aviation Services and Expeditionary Services. The Aviation Services unit provides aftermarket support & services for the commercial aviation, and government & defense markets. It sells & leases various new, overhauled and repaired engine & airframe parts & components, and aircraft to commercial aviation and government/defense customers. It provides inventory management & distribution services, overhaul, repair and engineering services. The Expeditionary Services segment includes airlift & mobility activities. This division provides products and services for the movement of equipment and personnel by the U.S. Department of Defense, foreign governments/ non-governmental organizations. This unit also designs manufactures and installs in-plane cargo loading and handling systems for commercial aircraft, military aircraft and helicopters.
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